Conway Twitty Songs Ranked

Harold Lloyd Jenkins (September 1, 1933 – June 5, 1993), better known by his stage name Conway Twitty, was an American country music singer. He also had success in the rock and roll, R&B, and pop genres. From 1971 to 1976, Twitty received a string of Country Music Association awards for duets with Loretta Lynn. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Here are all of Conway Twitty songs ranked.

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15. Hello Darlin’ (Hello Darlin’, 1970)

“A few years later, Conway would re-record his vocal on this in phonetic Russian for use in a space mission. It’s one of those things that everyone should hear once in their life. Just once though.”

14. The Image of Me (Here’s Conway Twitty and His Lonely Blue Boys, 1968)

“Invisible is such a beautiful song with powerful lyrics that are easy to relate to. Also his vocals is amazing!”

13. You’re the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly (Honky Tonk Heroes, 1978)

“This has to be the funniest, best country song ever written!!! I LOVE this song! The idea that you would do it with someone you considered ugly and would spawn ugly kids is hilarious! I don’t even like Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn!”

12. Just in Time (The Rock ‘n’ Roll Years, 2011)

“This song is incredibly meaningful to me. It is something I can relate to when I feel alone. The lyrics are so relatable and Conway’s vocals are exceptional and make me so emotional.”

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11. Cheatin’ Fire (Red Neckin’ Love Makin’ Night, 1981)

“Amazing! this is one of my favorites and it should be a higher ranking, the lyrics mean so much A beautiful song, His voice is amazing and the lyrics is so poetic”

10. Happy Birthday Darlin’ (Conway Twitty Collection, 1979)

“It’s a gorgeous song that gets me all tearful every time I listen to it. The lyrics are deep and meaningful, the voices and harmonies are perfect and their instruments just round it off. Just perfect.”

9. You’ve Never Been This Far Before (You’ve Never Been This Far Before, 1973)

“Pure quality, the song “You’ve Never Been This Far Before” is both sexy and elegant – he’s something of Country’s Barry White. I love the way Conway takes it to new heights with each passing line and how he sings these words that go under your skin – I think the last time I checked this was my favorite Conway song. “

8. Tight Fittin’ Jeans (Tight Fittin’ Jeans, 1981)

“The subtle production and the controlled vocals, everything is perfect about this tune! I love this song because of how powerful it is.”

7. Slow Hand (Southern Comfort, 1982)

“Love this song now as I did long ago. Just a memory that never left when it could have made all the difference. What an awesome song for so many women to hear the understanding of the needs of some of us when applicable to the age and time frame.”

6. A Bridge that Just Won’t Burn (Rest Your Love on Me, 1980)

“This song just oozes that divey western themed honky-tonk bar, smoke to the ceiling, steel guitars, lots of denim.”

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5. The Rose (Hello Darlin’, 1970)

“Love the song, love the singer. Saw Conway in concert and he was fabulous..We have lost a great talent… I really like this version of The Rose. Conway does a fine job with it.”

4. That’s My Job (Greatest Hits, Volume III, 1990)

“This song hits home especially since my husband and I have both lost our dads. We see this going into affect with our kids now.”

3. Danny Boy (Saturday Night with Conway Twitty, 1959)

“This is my favourite song on the album. The beat and lyrics are great and this song is so underrated. It has very good lyrics and a different sound.”

2. It’s Only Make Believe (It’s Only Make Believe, 1958)

“Let’s break it down. We have the quiet opening, which is done in Conway’s best Elvis mutter. Then we get three crescendos, the song rising in pitch, and Conway sounding louder and more impassioned as they go along. All three end in the title phrase, and he deftly pivots on the last syllable the first two times, bringing the song back down to a lower pitch and intensity”

1. I See the Want to In Your Eyes (A Night With Conway Twitty, 1985)

“The song is nice, and I know that we suffer in relationships we’re in.  And life is hard – you get older, and the thought of starting over is not a pleasant one.  But seriously, fuck cheaters.  Funny enough, my mom is very Christian and “moral.”  They tend to be the ones to preach heavily for the traditional family values and then cheat.  Maybe we should consider toning down that talk and realizing how hard it is to live amongst one another honestly. “